Archive for January, 2015

Predicteria 2015

Fifteen years ago, I initiated a time-honored tradition among my colleagues in kernel development at Sun: shortly after the first of every year, we would get together at our favorite local restaurant to form predictions for the coming year. We made one-year, three-year and six-year predictions for both our technologies and more broadly for the [...]

Posted on January 6, 2015 at 2:14 pm by bmc · Permalink · Comments Closed
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2014 in review: Docker rising

When looking back on 2014 from an infrastructure perspective, it’s hard not to have one word on the lips: Docker. (Or, as we are wont to do in Silicon Valley when a technology is particularly hot, have the same word on the lips three times over à la Gabbo: “Docker, Docker, DOCKER!”) While Docker has [...]

Posted on January 2, 2015 at 4:03 pm by bmc · Permalink · Comments Closed
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